Think back to when you first decided to become a vet. What did you imagine your life would look like?
This community is where we nudge each other ever closer to your ‘happy vet life'.
Clinical podcast show notes and quizzes for our subscribers - our Vet Vault Nerds. (If you don’t have access to our weekly clinical podcasts and show notes yet, you can join our nerds here.)
A weekly selection of our favourite takeaways from our clinical podcast series, including a selection of our very popular show notes.
Tips and learnings from your colleagues who are in this community.
But there’s so much more to life than just veterinary science, right? You’ll find spaces here for community members to share everything they’re learning about the other bits that make up a happy vet life, with spaces for health, travel, parenting, and finance and more.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in 20 years of working as a vet on three continents and interviewing hundreds of vets is that we have some amazing people with amazing stories in our community. We’re gathering them all here.
You know how they say there’s no such thing as a dumb question? I disagree: we’re usually just too afraid to ask them. This a space where dumb questions are encouraged, and this is a community where questions are answered with respect.
Our new Specialist Support Space gives you access to a team of specialists who can support you through your challenging cases when referral isn't quite necessary, or not an option.
Live podcasting, Q&A, practical sessions, and group discussions. It can all happen right here.
No cat videos, silly dances (unless you really want to!), virtue signalling, or an algorithm that decides what you get to see.
This is like a party at our house: we’ll provide the venue and some snacks and a welcome drink to get things started, but if you don’t engage, you won’t have any fun! Here’s what we’d like you to bring to our party:
Same career choice - different people, different backgrounds, different stories. Celebrate it!
You know stuff. Share it!
You’ve experienced stuff. Share it!
I know you have them. So does someone else. Ask it!